Columnist Paul Ulrich writes, “The T-Bar is a spring loaded, twig and berry seeking mechanism that surely has left thousands of otherwise strong, healthy young men sterile. You literally attempt to put this frozen grape crusher between your legs to ride up the slope.”
Guest columnist Paul Ulrich writes: “Lousy weather just feels right for elk camp. A beach needs sun, Vegas needs strippers, and elk camp needs mud — and snow blowing horizontally.”
Columnist Paul Ulrich writes: My grandmother is 98, her baby brother, Harry, is only 92 and we all went camping. Yes, four Wyoming generations getting together for campfires, hikes, and a lot of fishing.
The end to a moratorium on oil and gas lease sales on federal land is “promising,” even though the amount of land to be leased has been significantly reduced from original proposals, a vice president of Jonah Energy told Cowboy State Daily.
Columnist Paul Ulrich writes: “April is Lucy to Charlie Brown. Better yet, April is Will Smith to Chris Rock. Cruel, taunting and designed to make us all look like fools for an entire month.”
Columnist Paul Ulrich writes: “Several inches of snow have fallen in the past day and more coming as I stare out the window and daydream of pulling my camper to the Wyoming Range for a weekend of fishing, hiking, campfires and solitude.”
Noted Wyoming outdoorsman Paul Ulrich writes: “I looked to the soul of Wyoming and the values we hold dearest. I sought examples and boy did I find them.”